“Manual de Sobrevivência” (“Survival Manual”) is the first single by the composer, singer and musician Bruno Amaral. Born in the Bom Jesus neighborhood in Porto Alegre, the song’s born there, where his parents still reside. From that house it’s possible to hear the sounds of the village, children, cars, dogs and the sounds of shots that mark the soundtrack of the Brazilian periphery. These sounds motivated the composition made in partnership with Dona Conceição and Khallid.
On the track, in addition to the participation of rapper Khallid, we also have Pâmela Amaro, singer and musician of the new generation of samba. The song premieres with a music video directed and produced by Luis Ferreirah filmed at Bom Jesus and portraying the atmosphere that influenced the creation of the song.
The musical direction and production by Diih Neques in partnership with Angelo Primon, also mixes and masters the single.